Environmental Law and Policy Events for Couch Potatoes

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UC Berkeley and UCLA School of Law’s joint Climate Change and Business Research Initiative has produced a number of public events featuring experts on pressing environmental law and policy issues. We now have on-line video recordings of many of them, for those of you who prefer not to leave the comfort of your home or office.  They include the following events:

  • Daylong conference on “Saving Public Transit,” featuring a keynote by Los Angeles Metro CEO Art Leahy and three panels on transit policies (November 2012 at UCLA Law)
  • Capitol Hill lunch event on electric vehicle policies, featuring a panel of experts (September 2012 in Washington D.C.)
  • “Local, Clean & Green” conference on climate change policies for cities and counties, with a lunchtime address by California State Senator Fran Pavley and four panels on various climate topics (December 2011 at U.C. Berkeley Law)
  • California renewable energy policy luncheon, featuring a keynote by Ken Alex, senior advisor to California Governor Jerry Brown, and a panel discussion (May 2011 in Sacramento).

You can view all the videos at Berkeley’s and UCLA’s websites. For an introduction to the Climate Change and Business Research Initiative, check out the video below. Happy viewing!

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Ethan Elkind is the Director of the Climate Change and Business Program, with a joint appointment at UC Berkeley School of Law and UCLA School of Law. In this capacity, h…

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